1 Park near Windermere, British Columbia
Aug 2015 - $34.00
The actual campground (no service) is actually pretty nice and is located right next to the entrance. Full hookup site that we used is part of trailer /permanent RV park and sites are nothing special, in fact, with non-drinkable water only, it is kind of depressing. There are two nice beaches, particularly south one is sandy and pretty nice. Beside that, you are very constrained in what you can do, as park is surrounded by private land (reserve) and fences and warring sign are all over, so no place to go for hike or walk. We travel with animals and dogs are not allowed near the lake or in the lake which makes it hard on hot days also you are limited to waling your dogs on dusty road. Park has two pretty nice playgrounds for kids, staff was friendly and forthcoming about water issues, but it was not experience that we would expect from "resort". We cut our stay as it was not up to expectations, lack of drinking water makes it difficult. If you are looking for stay here, opt for non-service sites as they are nice and some are treed, they look clean and well maintained and there are showers right next to it.
Personally would not go there again. - waldi
Jun 2011 - $45.00
STAY AWAY! Worst park we have visited this year. Not big rig friendly, don't try! Were sold full hook ups only to find on arrival that the water is not potable. Site was almost impossible to get in to. Two sites are all we saw still available for nightly, all other are now sold off to permanent mobile homes and many of them ancient. Our spot was literally feet away from a home. Swing set has the bolts falling off, very dangerous. Were promised lake view (as name implies as well), this was nothing short of a misleading lie. Lake access was a long dusty walk down a road. No beach, just a boat launch. NO REFUNDS under any circumstances is their policy. We may lose $180, but is worth it not to stay there. - chuck duncan